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- THIS "NO CABLE INCLUDED" VERSION DOES NOT INCLUDE THE REQUIRED ROCKSMITH REAL TONE CABLE. ORDER THIS VERSION AND SAVE $20 ONLY IF YOU ALREADY OWN THE COMPATIBLE ROCKSMITH REAL TONE CABLE.
- WATCH THE VIDEO in the top-left corner above for an overview of all the massive improvements and new features in Rocksmith 2014 Edition.
- PLAY OVER 50 NEW SONGS and all the DLC you own in the original Rocksmith (on the same platform). You’ll also be able to relicense and transfer songs from the original disc for the new Rocksmith 2014 Edition.
- NO MORE AUDIO LAG OR LOADING TIMES. The software has been optimized so that there is no audio delay and you’ll never have to wait for a loading screen ever again.
- NEW MODES AND FEATURES make it more fun and faster than ever. Access Riff Repeater anytime on-the-fly, keep playing without returning to the menu every time, learn to jam with a band that follows your lead in Session Mode, and MUCH MORE.
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Rocksmith 2014 Edition (Game Only) (PS3) - Pre-Owned
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Rocksmith 2014 Edition - "No Cable Included" Version for Rocksmith Owners
CAUTION: This version does NOT include the REQUIRED Rocksmith Real Tone Cable. Order this version only if you already own the compatible Rocksmith Real Tone Cable.
The Fastest Way to Learn Guitar
Join over 1.5 million people who have learned to play guitar with the award-wining Rocksmith method. Plug any real guitar or bass directly into your computer or game console, and you’ll learn to play in just 60 days.
The all-new Rocksmith 2014 Edition is bigger, better, and faster than ever. Rebuilt from the ground-up, you’ll experience vastly improved response time, user-friendly navigation, more flexible and deeper practice tools, new techniques and tunings, over 50 new hit songs, and much more.
With the revolutionary Session Mode, Rocksmith 2014 Edition takes guitar-learning to the next level by allowing you to play guitar with a virtual band that follows your every lead. Select from an assortment of backing instruments or styles, and Session Mode plays along with you in real-time.
Take the 60-Day Challenge and start learning guitar today with Rocksmith 2014 Edition.
Key Game Features
A Proven Method to Learn Guitar Fast
An independent national research study found that Rocksmith is the fastest way to learn guitar. Over 95% of players have improved their guitar skills. Whether you're a beginner touching a guitar for the first time, or a seasoned player mastering your sound, Rocksmith gets you results, fast.
Learn Your Favorite Songs
Select from over 50 hit tracks, ranging from alternative rock, to heavy metal, to classic rock, and more. You will learn to play your favorite songs, step-by-step and note-for-note, with tutorials along the way. Rocksmith 2014 Edition is also backward compatible with the songs you have from the original Rocksmith.
Designed for Ease and Speed
Features are now more accessible and flexible than ever. A new fully-customizable Riff Repeater lets you select your section, difficulty, and speed on-the-fly. Master Mode has been revamped to make learning by memory more approachable. Or jump into new and improved Guitarcade mini-games to hone your skills.
Learn to Jam with Session Mode
Session Mode lets you experience playing alongside a virtual band. Choose your own combination of instruments to follow your lead. With on-screen prompts and objectives that motivate learning and improvement, you can enjoy the feeling of jamming whether you’re a beginner or advanced player.
Get Plugged In
Rocksmith 2014 Edition is compatible with the original Rocksmith Real Tone Cable that plugs any real guitar** directly into an Xbox 360, PS3, PC, or Mac.
*Research Strategy Group Inc. – March 2013 – US nationwide in-home placement study
**Guitar requires standard 1/4" output jack.
Rocksmith 2014 Edition features over 50 hit songs, including:
- Aerosmith – Walk This Way
- Alice Cooper – No More Mr. Nice Guy
- Alice In Chains – Stone
- Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine?
- Avenged Sevenfold – Bat Country
- Bob Dylan – Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
- Boston – Peace Of Mind
- Bush – Machinehead
- B’z - ultrasoul
- Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me (2012)
- Deftones – My Own Summer (Shove It)
- Foo Fighters – Everlong
- Green Day – X-Kid
- Iron Maiden – The Trooper
- Jack White – Sixteen Saltines
- Joe Satriani – Satch Boogie
- Kiss – Rock And Roll All Nite
- Mastodon – Blood and Thunder
- Muse – Knights of Cydonia
- Nirvana – Heart Shaped Box
- Oasis – Don’t Look Back In Anger
- Pantera – Cemetery Gates
- Paramore – Now
- Queen – We Are The Champions
- R.E.M. – Losing My Religion
- Radiohead – Paranoid Android
- Ramones – Blitzkrieg Bop
- Ratt – Round And Round
- Rise Against – Savior
- Rush – The Spirit Of Radio
- Slayer – War Ensemble
- System Of A Down – Hypnotize
- Tak Matsumoto – GO FURTHER
- The Kinks – You Really Got Me
- The Police – Every Breath You Take
- The Rolling Stones – Paint It, Black
- The Shins – For A Fool
- The Smashing Pumpkins – The Chimera
- The Who – My Generation
- Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Mary Jane’s Last Dance
- Weezer – Say It Ain’t So
- White Zombie – Thunder Kiss ‘65
- AND MANY MORE
Quickly and easily compare the different versions of Rocksmith to determine which one is right for you.
|Rocksmith 2014 Edition||Rocksmith 2014 Edition - No Cable Included Version||Rocksmith Guitar & Bass||Rocksmith|
|Summary||All-new version of Rocksmith. Also available for the first time on Mac.||All-new sequel, but without the required Real Tone Cable. Intended for players that already have the cable.||Original version plus support for bass guitars. Also available for the first time on PC.||Original version of Rocksmith.|
|Available||October 2013||October 2013||2012||2011|
|Platforms||Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC/Mac||Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC/Mac (download only)||Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC||Xbox 360, PlayStation 3|
|Rocksmith Real Tone Cable Included||Yes||No||Yes||Yes|
|Compatibility||Electric guitar, bass guitar||Electric guitar, bass guitar||Electric guitar, bass guitar||Electric guitar|
Note: All versions and platforms of Rocksmith are compatible with the Real Tone Cable. It is a required 1/4-inch audio jack cable necessary for Rocksmith to detect and respond to your guitar playing. All versions of Rocksmith include the Real Tone Cable in the box, except downloaded versions and the Rocksmith 2014 Edition "No Cable Included" Version.
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I really like the new Rocksmith 2014 -- they have fixed a lot of the annoying problems from the 2012 version. I find the new version much easier to just continually play and improve my skills. In the original version it felt like the actual "playing the guitar" part was constantly interrupted with loading, retuning and watching instructions / demos that were only needed the first time around. This is all corrected in the new version.
The multi-player mode is cool but a few things about it make it very annoying. Given that Rocksmith listened to user feedback from the original version and incorporated the changes, I thought it would be worthwhile to write down what is annoying to me in the 2014 version -- this applies to the multi-player mode only:
* It's annoying that each player requires separate controllers, yet the only configuration options that can be set are at the beginning of the multi-player mode screenflow and this with one controller.
* using the "start" button to switch to the configuration options while in multi-player mode doesn't actually affect multi-player mode, but only the original user's profile. it would seem that if each player has a controller, the system would know which controller had the "start" button hit and update the corresponding user's profile.
* Switching between single player mode and multi-player mode is a pain. When going from multi-player to single player, the system tells you to unplug the other guitar's cable. It should be straightforward to just identify to the system which of the multiple guitars should be used and have the system ignore the input from the other guitars. Constantly unplugging and replugging the other guitars is a pain and feels like I'm wearing out my PS3 USB ports.
* I'm sure that as you get used to the system this problem goes away, but I feel that it should be visually more apparent which player has which part of the screen in multi-player mode.
I think that Rocksmith 2014 has gone from an annoying novelty to truly fun and educational in single player mode. I think that if Rocksmith improved the multi-player mode, this game would truly be fun for families and get-togethers as well.
My complaints would be:
The continuous play option is great if you want to keep jamming to songs, but for the love of all that is good, they need to make it group songs together by tuning. At the longest I have played two songs in the same tuning before it wants me to change tuning again. No, no, no.
Listen, constantly changing the string tension is NOT good, okay? If it was just drop D once in a while, I could get over it, but it's not. It's Eb or one of half a dozen other tunings. I keep a second bass tuned to Eb so I can swap instead of retuning, but there are just so many tunings they use. Hey guys, everyone I know fudges tunings when we play live just so we don't have to keep tuning all the time. That should be an option as well.
People learning to play should also learn common tricks of the trade. (Maybe you should show people how to run the cable behind the strap as well, so it doesn't unplug if you step on it.)
Speaking as a bass player, when I play the game it seems like my instrument is way down in the mix. I know a lot of bands do that on recordings, but when you are playing it would be nice to be able to hear what you are playing. I have resorted to turning my sub way up.
Other than my minor gripes, this is a huge improvement over the original. If you play the bass or guitar, this is a fun way to pass some time.